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5 non-toxic ways to get rid of rats, according to pest control experts
Jordan
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06 May, 2022

"Experts have shared their top non-toxic tips for getting rid of rats, including a cheap fix sitting in your kitchen. Carrying diseases that can be transmitted via urine and droppings, as well as wreaking havoc in your green space, rats are considered to be unwelcome visitors by many. Although there is a wide array of rat repellents available on the market, these often contain harmful chemicals that can also destroy the rest of your garden."

Bats & Blooms
Jordan
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20 Apr, 2022

"Zoo Miami is known for international wildlife conservation, but they’re also managing patches of Pine Rocklands for rare Florida Bonneted Bats who just need safe homes and decent food. There are some blooms you want (like native plants) and some you don’t (harmful algae blooms). Find out the common cause of algae overgrowth in fresh and saltwater, from Florida to the Great Lakes."

Chinese fossil shows owls ‘rejected night for fun in the sun’
Jordan
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30 Mar, 2022

"Extinct owl that lived millions of years ago was active in daytime, researchers say after study of skeleton fossil found near Tibetan Plateau Analysis of bird bones and behaviour reveals the owl had an ancestor that evolved from nocturnal habits, they say."

Powerful owls are gentle giants stalking our suburbs, but they are also on the edge
Jordan
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23 Mar, 2022

"How shop-bought rodenticides could be threatening Australia’s powerful owl – video Such encounters are fortunately rare. “It is kind of a double-edged sword. If someone cares about something, they are more likely to take steps to protect it,” Isaac says. “It is good that people care about them, but we do have to limit our impact to the environment that they’re relying on, and also try not to cause those shifts in behaviour.”


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